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Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

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James Van Der Zee (1886—1983)
Portrait of a Man Holding a Cane, 1932
Gelatin silver print
Courtesy Donna Mussenden Van Der Zee
 

Natasha Adams

Blessed, 2010

Maya Peart

Tilt!, 2010

Tiara Hernandez

Untitled, 2010

Nalijha Trammell

Sexy Afro, 2010

Adeline Lulo

Unnoticed, 2010

Natasha Santana

In My Own World, 2010

Melina Carmona

Untitled, 2010

Stephanie Melo

GQ Yet?, 2010

Juliet Martinez

Upholsted, 2010

Nicole Moore

Untitled, 2010

Natasha Santana
Vibrantly Solo, 2010
Courtesy the artist

Kaholy Maduro

Soft Invitation, 2010

Fanny Plasencia

Can You See Me, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

James Van Der Zee (1886—1983)
Portrait of a Man Holding a Cane, 1932
Gelatin silver print
Courtesy Donna Mussenden Van Der Zee
 

Expanding the Walls 2010

Natasha Adams

Blessed, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Maya Peart

Tilt!, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Tiara Hernandez

Untitled, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Nalijha Trammell

Sexy Afro, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Adeline Lulo

Unnoticed, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Natasha Santana

In My Own World, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Melina Carmona

Untitled, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Stephanie Melo

GQ Yet?, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Juliet Martinez

Upholsted, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Nicole Moore

Untitled, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Natasha Santana
Vibrantly Solo, 2010
Courtesy the artist

Expanding the Walls 2010

Kaholy Maduro

Soft Invitation, 2010

Expanding the Walls 2010

Fanny Plasencia

Can You See Me, 2010

Jul 15Oct 24, 2010

Hi-Res is the annual exhibition featuring the work of high school participants in the Expanding the Walls: Making Connections to Photography, History and Community program. Student photographs will be displayed along with work by quintessential Harlem photographer James Van Der Zee, whose work they have studied and used as inspiration. This year celebrates both the tenth anniversary of the program and the first year using color digital photography.

Hear ETW 2010 alum Maya Peart and Natasha Santana talk about their experience in Expanding the Walls.

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